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the video in question today. new york republican peter king joins me and california democrat adam schiff. congressman king, you were in that briefing today. you saw the surveillance, the drone video recovered from the benghazi compound. is there anything about what you saw today that changes your assessment of the situation? because you have been a tough critic of the administration. >> yeah, not really the video. i didn't see much controversial about the video. maybe adam will disagree. i thought it was objective. i don't think it really answered the questions either side would have had. my objection was that contrary to what dana said, the democrats were saying, one democrat said, i try not to make it partisan, i don't believe the talking points given to susan rice obtained all the intelligence the intelligence community had. without going into detail, there were several reports clearly stating that al qaeda affiliated groups were involved in the attack and were very heavily involved in the attack and that did not make it into the talking points, did not make it into the final talking
adam schiff who was at the general petraeus hearings on friday will join us as well. it is hour number two. jacki, does mitt romney have a new excuse this hour for why he lost? >> not that i've seen so far. >> stephanie: no? keep us apprised of all of the breaking whiny news. >> i've had enough too. i'm in favor of not talking about him anymore. >> stephanie: i'm with bill maher on that. i love that. that was my favorite. they asked the wrong questions at the republican debates. that's what the real problem was. >> enough. but as i've said, i'm more than happy to let them spend money and resources to figure out what went wrong. >> stephanie: please. spend all of your money on that. >> ann: stop it! >> stephanie: jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. violence continuing today between israeli forces and hamas as shelling and air strikes have killed more than 90 people in the gaza strip. israeli military forces say they've hit some 80 terrorist sites throughout the territory. two rockets exploded over te
. which is why we want to bring in congressman adam schiff who serves on the house intelligence committee. congressman schiff, thank you for joining us. >> it's a pleasure. >> you were there for petraeus' testimony. what did we learn from that hearing? what did you learn from that hearing? >> well, we learned a few things. his testimony and the testimony of the prior day of the acting director set out a minute-by-minute, hour-by-hour chronology of what happened at our diplomatic post. we also learned from general petraeus that in the putting together of these talking points, there was no effort to politicize them, no effort to spin them, no interference from the white house, and you would think that that would have ended the conspiracy theories that continue to be propagated, but, unfortunately, it hasn't, and my concern is, frankly, we're taking our eyes off the ball which really ought to be the hunt for those who were responsible, tracking them down, and bringing them to justice. but i think we had a pretty clear presentation about exactly what happened. we also got good information abo
of market confidence in the deal. and u.s. vitamin maker schiff nutrition has agreed to be bought by bayer, pushing schiff stock up 46%. the five most actively traded exchange traded products were mixed. the volatility note saw thee biggest gain, up 2 and that's tonight's "market cus."fos. >> susie: a warning tonht from the u.s. treasury: we're nearing the debt ceiling, hitting a limit on how much the nation can borrow to keep the government running.m treasury says we'llikely reach that borrowing limit, of $16.4 trillion near the end of this year. the agency says it can use extraordinary measures to gainre some headroom, and keep borrowing into next year. but economists expect negotiations over raising the debt ceiling, will get tied up in the fiscal cliff debate, which is expected to take center stage in w hington, after next inek's election.el >> to tomorrow on "n.b.r." its the nation's financial capital, wrolook at the challenges and cost of getting new york city moving again.lo >> susie: all of this is happening on hallowee. that's nightly business report for wednesday, october 31, hal
of terrorism. democratic congressman adam schiff from california sits on the intelligence committee and was in the hearing room this morning. congressman, this is so sensitive. is it true or not true that the united nations ambassador susan rice was given the correct known information about what happened in benghazi when she went on those five television shows on sunday a few days after the attack? was she given the accurate, up-to-date information on what happened, that it was a terrorist attack? >> she was given the best assessment the intelligence committee had at the time. i asked general petraeus, were the talking points we were given their best intelligence assessment at the time and they were given that late in the day on saturday, late in the afternoon, and he said, yes. these are -- this was the best assessment they could do without disclosing classified information -- >> whoa, whoa, stop right there. he also said according to what i heard in the testimony today that he always believed there was a terrorist attack. >> yes, he did. >> how can that be both true? if he gave he
were in the room. democratic congressman adam schiff from california sits on the intelligence committee and was in the hearing room this morning. congressman, this is so sensitive. is it true or not true that the united nations ambassador susan rice was given the correct known information about what happened in benghazi when she went on those five television shows on sunday a few days after the attack? was she given the accurate, up-to-date information on what had really happened, that it was a terrorist attack? >> she was given the best assessment the intelligence community had at the time. i asked general petraeus, were the talking points we were given their best intelligence assessment at the time and we were given that late in the day on saturday, late in the afternoon, and he said, yes. these are -- this was the best assessment they could do without disclosing classified information -- >> whoa, whoa, stop right there. stop right there. >> yes. >> he also said according to what i've heard in the testimony today, that he always believed it was a terrorist attack. >> yes, he did. >> h
debate on the petraeus testimony in our program where representatives frank wolf and adam schiff will be joining with us their thoughts on all this. >>> the president now on his way for history making trip to asia for a stop in burma. it's the first time an american president is making a trip to that nation now known as myanmar. burma has received the support from the obama administration for its efforts to restore democracy. along with myanmar, the four-day trip will include stops in tie land, cambodia, where he will attend east asia summit. >>> an update on that search for the missing oil rig workers following the explosion in the gulf of mexico. the coast guard is saying it plans to broaden its search for the two men. those who survived the blast were badly burned. it's believed the fire began when a torch was used to cut an oil line. officials were saying they believe an oily sheen in the water is residual oil from the platform and not an oil leak. >>> a new effort by the tsa aimed at reducing the long wait time to airport security checks may offer passengers some relief duri
: we have melissa fitzgerald, mudcat, and representative adam schiff hooray. >> yes. >> we are still basking in the after glow. >> stephanie: we are. i'm going to have a cigarette and i don't even smoke. here is jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. as of this hour florida is still counting votes from tuesday's election. and the president has won mitt romney has conceded the nation is moving forward. so what is the problem? usa today called it a combination of poor management lack of capacity and systemic dysfunction. the election supervisors are elected officials, so that's an issue, also miami dade management blames the ten-page complicated ballot for causing people to take as much as 40 minutes to fill it out. as many laws that were tried to pass this year to disenfranchise democratic voters it wasn't the legislation, but simply the long lines that held people up. that's mostly do to logistics beyond the law. former congress woman gabby giffords and her husband may be in court today facing the man who shot giffords killed six people as we faces sentenci
petraeus, adam schiff. > thank you for being here. >> we heard from senators graham and mccain on the bnz benz attack. do the republicans have any credence on this? >> certainly they have credence in terms of asking questions. it's odd to say one senator graham said this morning on tv that i blame the president. i blame the president for all of these things and then say we need an impartial rong investigation. it doesn't sound impartial if you have made up your mind about who is culpable. >> do you think it is going to go as far as a special prosecutor? how far will this go? >> we are hearing resistance to 0 the idea. the amazing thing is how personal the accusations have gotten that we are hearing senator mccain and senator graham raise against the president and in turn how passionate the president was when he took on some of these accusations at his news conference last week, in particular in calling out ambassador susan rice on this issue. the president saying don't go after her. if you have a problem with how this with was handled come after me. they responded by doing just that. we h
. i'm going to try to get more information. congressman adam schiff from your california, thank you for your straight story. jonathan allen is covering it story from politico. do you see what i'm trying to get at. we want to know why it took so long to get the straight story. the picture developed like a polaroid film in the old day. it was really always a terrorist attack in the sense the terrorists organized the event. didn't take advantage of it, didn't hijack it, it was their event. >> by definition these guys attack a u.s. embassy, they're terrorists. this is not rocket science and these are nice glass houses and glass senates the folks in the hill are living on where they suddenly think it's a crime to go out and use talking points that aren't honest. geez, that was a crime 535 members of congress would be in jail for it. i'm listening to this, i have listened to congressman schiff and other members talk to folks who were in the room with david petraeus. no matter how many conversations you have, nothing is clear about the time line of when our intelligence community knew this
to a certain extent being held hostage as we await the outcome of those talks. representative adam schiff is a democrat. he joins us from california. welcome to the program, sir. we watched the four leaders come out. there seemed to be a sort of optimism. do you agree with what harry reid suggested, that we could have a deal before december 31? >> yes, i do. i think not only could we, but we have to. we have to come to agreement on this. it is not something that can be solved by either party acting alone. we need to reach a reasonable compromise that will reflect a shared sacrifice. my hope though, simon, is that it is not an agreement to kick the can down the road, it is not an agreement to agree later. we really ought to resolve as many of these questions as we can now because we've been kick being the can down the road for a long time and i think that's very unhelpful to business, very unhelpful for families that want a to plan their economic future. so i'm hoping that it's more than an agreement on a framework. >> so already on the table from the republican side on the net we have the
. >> let me add one thing, if i may. >> let me bring in congressman adam schiff, a blue dog democrat from california. congratulations on your election and re-election. it's good to see you. let me ask you about the fiscal cliff. are you encouraged by what you heard from john boehner? >> i'm encouraged. i don't think there's any way we can go over the cliff. we can't afford to. i am encouraged by what i heard the speaker said. the only thing that struck me funny in how he expressed himself is in talking about this being the president's moment, that this was basically his responsibility. this is a shared responsibility, both house and senate leadership and the white house are going to have to come together. both parties are going to have to come together. these problems are simply too large for either party to solve alone. plainly, that's what the country wants us to do. >> you heard one of the things that speaker boehner did was he shot shouted out to the president this is your moment. let me read to you what gale collins said today. "in the past when these things came up, the president's
in congressman adam schiff a democrat from california who is on the select committee on intelligence. representative, peter king basically saying yet more questions are arising from petraeus's testimony. what can you tell us about david petraeus's testimony this morning? >> i think he gave us a very candid assessment of his initial thoughts based on the best intelligence when he originally briefed us and how the assessments changed over time. and i think he and others have completely debunked the idea that there was some politicization of the intelligence. there's never been any substance to that charge. i can only surmise that, you know, this was a campaign era attack and some of my colleagues just can't let it go. all the evidence to the contrary they just can't seem to let it go. you know, people respected what he had to say today. many of us value the contributions he has made to the country and are sorry to see him go but, again, there is simply no there there. yes, they made errors in their initial assessment. that is going to happen. we have binders full of the raw intelligenc
with a minimum of uncertainty and delay. >> peter schiff says bernanke and the fed pose a bigger threat to the u.s. economy than the fiscal cliff. >> if it wasn't for his accommodation, all the qes, we wouldn't have to go over the fiscal cliff. in fact, ultimately, because of what the fed has done, we're going to have to go over a much bigger cliff as part of the solution to solve the problems that the fed helped create by allowing the government to get so big. >> is that fair, craig? >> it certainly is fair that long-term, what we've done with monetary policy could be a challenge. it could be a very big challenge. i don't think saying that if we -- if the fed hadn't done what they'd done, you wouldn't have to go off the cliff. i think you still have to deal with the fact that government spending has been too fast over the past -- well, since the recession ended. our gdp has grown at a rate of around 900 billion, while debt has grown at 1.7 trillion on an annualized basis. so at the end of the day, you have to deal with that. we've been living beyond our means as a country for too long and at so
: the president has been on the move but fiscal cliff negotiations are not. peter schiff is here to tell us why going over the cliff could be a good thing. dagen: the defense secretary ordering an ethics review for military officers. general david petraeus prepares to testify about benghazi in front of congress. connell: the founder of five our energy will answer questions about this report that his product may be linked to 13 deaths. and lead mcgraw on the oil market reaction to attacks in bas and the david petraeus scandal in charlie gasparino on the white house c e o meetings. dagen: so much to get to. after that computer glitch grounded its planes nationwide united airlines saying it is up and running. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. what is normal about the stock reaction? nicole: very normal stock reaction. this is a stock that started with the arrows and traded as low as 1960 interday and coming back and had a high of 2018 and all the rest of the airline stocks i have been checking, delta, up arrows, and continental under pressure today. below the 1960 we are at 197
out that america's top spy was under investigation. "outfront" tonight is adam schiff of the house intelligence committee. we appreciate you taking the time. when we go through this timeline, did the fbi make a mistake? >> well, there are a lot of questions. how did this investigation get initiated? was it properly leaked? why to a member of congress? was that whistle blowing or personal or political? most significantly as you alluded earlier, was classified information compromised in this relationship with general p petraeus and finally, what about the notification to congress. there's a obligation to notify congress of significant intelligence activities and there's an intelligence community policy that if there's significant misconduct that could compromise intelligence, that has to be notified to congress. i don't want the prejudge it too much because there are lots of unanswered questions at this point and clearly, i think the fbi was in a very tough position. if this was just an affair that had no implication, then there's no reporting requirement. >> right. >> what is emergi
correct to incorrects. >> the timeline, look at the facts and language. >> schiff said the mean was for security reasons and perhaps they had the names of the organization and they didn't want to tip them off they knew who they were. >> oh, come on. >> oh come on. >> after the fact, what difference is that going to make? that's not a point of security issue and identifying terrorists and murdered americans. >> and let's assume we're trying to go after that group and they knew we knew who they were. >> bob, what are you talking about, al sharia, is operatinet. >> said who they were in talking points they could have gotten out of benghazi. >> that's a plausible explanation the fact they didn't want to tip the people off. however what they ended up, went too far on the spontaneous mob which helped to push the mob further and give them more of a reason to do things, they made a big mistake, i'm not sure i believe bob, but i believe that's a plausible explanation. >> if you believe that, i mean, if you think they were purposefully misleading al-qaeda through the media, then you have
by his role as almost a white house staffer. >> democratic congressman adam schiff of california, who sits on the house intelligence committee said today the talking points were amended to protect classified sources of information. were not subject to political spin by the white house or ambassador rice. hillary clinton is set to testify on benghazi next month. >> shep: james rosen live in washington. there is a new report that warns of danger in the air inside our nation's largest airports. it's a health alert for holiday travelers. and then many families who were planning to drive somewhere for thanksgiving may be completely out of luck. rental cars, what rental cars humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else mes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >> shep: disgusting is the airport? not the lines, somebody sneezing kids. just
. here is adam schiff on the house side and said anyone who was listening it was clear from general petraeus and other intelligence officials who testified last week that the talking points were amended to protect classified sources of information. not subject to political spin by the white house or ambassador to the u.n. the director of national intelligence said there were no sub stantive changes made after they left the committee. back with the panel. do you think the circumstance is tightping around who made substantive changes now? >> i think that the dni director clapper is going to have to explain, he now says he made them. or the intelligence community made them. he has to explain why he made them and why he said earlier they hadn't made them. but i think this will be explained. it's interesting because senator ayotte neglected to mention in the cbs interview later, clip came out of clinton saying that it might very well end up being terro terrorist. cb serb aired the part of the interview seeming to talk about video he mentioned it could have been terrorism, too. i don't th
made to the talking points after they left the intelligence community. even if schiff gets his wish members on both sides of the aisle are likely to keep looking for answers. september 14th, two-days before ambassador rice went on five sunday shows to tell the world an anti islamic movie sparked the protest that killed four americans the fbi already knew there was never a protest. heather? >> beater doocy in washington. thank you so much. talk with you later. >>> time now for your 5@5:30. workers at wall mark gearing up for a strike this year. it is unlikely to make a decision to stop walkouts ahead of time. the deal comes as a major blow to the largest retailer after its attempts to stop protests at stores on black friday. they want better wages benefits and working conditions. the labor board continues to investigate. most wal-mart stores will be open all night on thanksgiving into black friday. >>> the government wants you to go green and you are also paying for it. they plan to spend $11 million on alternative fuel cars and trucks. some of the money will pray for mechanics and f
and congressman schiff, thank you for your time tonight. >> thank you. >>> president obama's taking his fairness fight on the road. wait until you hear what install business leaders are saying about him. >>> plus something happened to chris christie today that might, i repeat, might start a new trend in the gop. >>> and these massively long voting lines in florida didn't happen by accident. the former florida gop chairman is spilling all the secrets from behind the curtain tonight. >>> and what in the world are these naked people doing in speaker boehner's office today? you're watching "politicsnation" on msnbc. >>> president obama won a mandate to help the middle class. now he's hitting the road to make sure republicans in washington get message. that's next. to his underarm. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiro
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that when a male is elected to senator schiff, immediately he is cast as a future presidential hopeful. for example, scott brown hadn't even been sworn in yet in massachusetts and the url scott brown dot -- scott brown twitchell.com was already purchased. but tommy women had been in washington for so many years as legislators and working on important work and yet their names never bubbled to the top. and we were curious why not? >> how did you decide you wanted to write this book? all three of you have done similar topics, but how did this book actually come about? >> your idea, ted. >> well, i guess it was my idea. i've been a political nerd since i was, you know, i don't, my parent's to remember my sister and i in 1960 staging a nixon-kennedy debate with our stuffed animals. my elephant beat her rabbit. and during all those years of nerd dumb, what always fascinated me were magazine issues that would come out way in advance of the presidential election that would preview the eight or 10 or 12 people who ought to be considered, and it simply struck me after seeing so many of those iss
. congressman, as a.m. schiff from southern camera and also in studio with us. and richard fowler from react radio will join us a little later nus hour. we have a big line-up today. in case you haven't heard, president obama won on november 6th. >> what? >> bill: it keeps getting bigger and bigger. but first. >> this is the full court press. >> on this friday, other headlines making news, mitt romney reliable enjoyed being photographed in the oval office yesterday. someone had to probably remind him he was, in fact, was not the president and just a guest in the oval. the former candidate having lunch with president obama after an odd arrival, someone rushed his car as he was pulling into the white house. they were arrested by the secret service and the two put their rivalry behind them, dined on southwestern grilled it chicken sadly and turkies chili. no word if that was made with thanksgiving leftovers. >> what was the name? >> toddler and gobbler. >> i don't know which one it was. yeah >> he came in the back door of the white house. there was no -- no pre
schiff is a democrat from california and is a member of the house appropriations committee as well. congressman, nice to have you here. welcome to "power lunch." >> thank you. great to be with you. >> we heard -- i'm sure you heard house speaker boehner's comments earlier today. the stock market didn't like it. he said basically there is a stalemate. we are almost nowhere. that is not good news as we approach the fiscal cliff. specifically, what areas would you be willing to compromise on in terms of spending or in terms of the tax proposals that are out there to try and get this thing solved? >> well, first of all, in terms of speaker boehner's comments, i think we have to recognize there is a certain choreography that goes on in a negotiation, as might be expected. after the leak the leadership got together and said the right things. then there's going to be a distancing as the difficult terms are negotiated until we come together again. i'm kf didnconfident we will an avoid the fiscal cliff. i recognize we'll have to give, as well as the other side, but i do completely agree wit
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